Latest 1.0.5
Homepage https://github.com/ali-cs/AKMonthYearPickerView
License MIT
Platforms ios 10.0
Authors

AKMonthYearPickerView

AKMonthYearPickerView is a lightweight, clean and easy-to-use Month/ year picker control in iOS written purely in Swift language.

Getting Started

This month year picker view will callback when the user change month or year or user clic on done button.

Installing

You can install it using pods or manually importing file in project.

Installing using Pods

Add pod ‘AKMonthYearPickerView’ to your Podfile

pod 'AKMonthYearPickerView' 

Installing Manually

Add pod ‘AKMonthYearPickerView.swift’ file into your project and just start using this library.

Usage

You can use this library in your project using pods or manually importing the library file.

import AKMonthYearPickerView

AKMonthYearPickerView.sharedInstance.show(vc: vc, doneHandler: doneHandler, completetionalHandler: completetionalHandler)

Customizing the color

You can also customize the toolbar color.

AKMonthYearPickerView.sharedInstance.barTintColor =   UIColor.blue

AKMonthYearPickerView.sharedInstance.previousYear = 4

Authors

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License – see the LICENSE.MIT file for details

Acknowledgments

Latest podspec

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